- The family as the basic unit of society, the foundation of the nation and the most effective provider of welfare to children, the sick or disabled, and the aged.
- The small unit in agriculture (the family farm), business, government and unions, as opposed to monopolies and excessive centralisation.
- The integrity of the individual, including full legal protection of the right to life for all human beings from conception to natural death.
- Patriotism, built around the foundations of an independent foreign policy based on the national interest, self-reliance in defence, and insistence on Australia’s sovereignty over financial markets or international agencies.
- Judeo-Christian values which provide the cement to hold our society together, as opposed to the prevailing view which rejects the concept of the common good and makes the difference between right and wrong, truth and falsehood, a matter of personal preference only rather than objective reality.
- Accountability of governments to parliaments, and parliaments to the people, and the equality of all before the law.
- Rigorous education which
- a) Values the acquisition of knowledge as well as the processes of learning and promotes intellectual excellence and disciplines (such as history and philosophy) abandoned by influential educational theorists; and
- b) Provides the base of knowledge necessary for every person to participate fully as a member of society.
- Traditional Values. Support for policies which reinforce traditional values, and opposition to polices and practices which negate or undermine these values.
- Community First. The rejection of polices and ideologies based on individualism, which undermine the community and society.
- End to Foreign Debt. Elimination of the foreign debt which threatens our economic independence.
- Public Assets. Ensuring that ‘selling off the farm’ does not place Australia’s interests effectively in foreign hands.
- Affordable Bank Loans for capable small businesses, primary producers and home buyers.
- Currency Controls. The restoration of control over money flowing into and out of Australia, to ensure we retain control over our economy.
- Family Support by restoring meaningful economic support to families (i.e. homemaker’s allowance), and ensuring every family has a full-time breadwinner.
- Parental roles. Recognition of the role and responsibilities of parents, and supporting buttressing that role.
- Children. Support for policies which recognize the importance of children and enhance their well-being.
- Divorce. Opposition to easy divorce laws.
- The Family. Support for policies which enhance intact families, rejection of lifestyles which undermine family values.